We are working with local butcher’s Nicholson’s, in the design of their Whitley Bay shop. The local business is looking for an interior update, whilst keeping the traditional feel.
By Hannah Liddle
I started my work experience with Capture (the director is also my Dad!) on the 16th of March, a week before lock down. I started with some admin work, which helped me learn how the company works. Later that day, we visited a site that was close to opening. I found it very interesting and started to sketch some of the features I could see. I was taught how to create perspective drawings, which is very useful in interior design. This will also help me with my GCSE art.
We are delighted to be involved in the Interior refurbishment of Beckleberry’s café in the MetroCentre. Work has started on site this week with a total strip out of the existing space. The new café design will update interior finishes and lighting, together with graphics to reflect the new branding and online marketing.
We are appointed as part of the design team for Turnbull’s Northumbrian Food Hall and the new interior concept design
Our role includes the overall space planning of the interior as well as the design of shop display units. We will also co-ordinate the selection of interior finishes and work with the client and main contractor to develop the new food hall interior.
We have been appointed by local ice cream maker, Beckleberry’s to re-design their existing Café. The popular Metrocentre destination is in need of an update.
Our task is to provide a more welcoming and modern interior. We will also re-arrange the serving area to better display their product offerings.
We are working on concept designs with Turnbull’s for their new food hall retail interior. The butcher’s new venture will showcase their local produce and provide a market space for small independent retailers.
Our design concepts for a range of mobile coffee and pretzel bars. The modified containers will provide additional outlets and also a flexible presence at Retail Park and special event locations.
Our latest retail design work for Auntie Anne’s has recently opened in Touchwood Shopping Centre, Solihull.
The compact kiosk is packed with concealed services & electrics, as well as data feeds. The carefully designed layout provides efficient use of space and functionality.
Concealed LED lighting strips give a warm wash of light over the distressed oak cladding finishes and highlight the internal working area.
We assisted St Oswald’s Hospice in the interior transformation of a double decker bus into a charity shop on wheels. Now known affectionately as ‘Ozzie’ following a public re-naming poll.